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Journal of Structural Chemistry

, Volume 59, Issue 3, pp 641–645 | Cite as

Structure of the Oxonium Compound of Pefloxacinium Hexachloridostannate(IV)

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Abstract

The structure of tris{hexachloridostannate(IV)}-hexachloride-tetrakis(pefloxacinium)-tetraoxonium undecahydrate (CCDC 1551760) 4PefH 3 2+ , 4H3O+, 3SnCl 6 2− , 6Cl, 11H2O (I), (PefH is pefloxacin) is determined. The I crystals are triclinic: a = 13.5474(10) Å, b = 15.2859(11) Å, c = 15.6586(11) Å, α = 94.467(1)°, β = 105.477(1)°, γ = 111.560(1)°, V = 2849.9(4) Å3, space group Pī, Z = 1. The structure is stabilized by multiple intermolecular hydrogen bonds and π–π-interactions between the PefH32+ ions.

Keywords

pefloxacinium cation oxonium cation chloride ion hexachloridostannate(IV) anion ionic compound crystal structure 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Siberian Federal UniversityKrasnoyarskRussia
  2. 2.Kirensky Institute of Physics, Federal Research Center KSC, Siberian BranchRussian Academy of SciencesKrasnoyarskRussia

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